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Progress Lifeline secures significant contract with Lancashire County Council

An important achievement in a highly competitive tender process

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Tackling dehydration can help to reduce the risk of falls

The more you can encourage your loved one to stay hydrated, the less likely they are to experience a fall caused by dehydration. Here’s how to help them…

Seizures and me: Charlotte's story

Telecare can be beneficial to people of all ages

“The Progress Lifeline personal pendant alarm saved my life”

Mr Hill's story

Demi’s blog: My experience of the Kickstart Scheme

A few months into her role as Project Assistant at Progress Lifeline, we asked Demi to tell us her thoughts on the scheme and how she has found working at Progress Lifeline so far

6 Common Early Symptoms of Dementia to Look Out For

Symptoms of dementia are often mild in the earlier stages, which can make it difficult to spot

8 Ways to Keep Your Loved One’s Mind Active

Keeping our minds active is important – just like we do physical activity to keep our bodies healthy, we also need to do mental activity to keep our brains healthy

9 Common Conditions That Increase The Risk Of Falls

Falls can be caused by a number of external factors, such as poorly lit rooms or trip hazards, but they can also be caused by conditions that a person is living with

Fear of Falling: What is it and How Can You Overcome it?

A fear of falling can be managed so that your loved one can continue to do the things they enjoy without feeling constantly anxious about falling again

Progress Lifeline is announced as a finalist at this year’s CIH Northern Awards

Progress Lifeline has been shortlisted in the ‘Working in Partnership’ category

Progress Lifeline is shortlisted for two awards at the 2021 NWEEG awards!

We are competing in the ‘Top Team’, and ‘Kindest’ Award categories

Dyslexia Awareness Week 2021

Invisible Dyslexia

Dementia cases could be reduced by 40% worldwide if we could eliminate these 12 risk factors

Small lifestyle changes could make a huge difference